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8 June 2022

Our friend Wilbert, from Corwen Nursery 

We spoke to Corwen day nursery to find out about the amazing impact Wilbert the dog has had on the children in their care.  Wilbert is a Dachshund (sausage dog), which is a small, hypoallergenic dog known for having a gentle temperament. He’s loving, loyal and is a great companion for the children. He was […]

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12 May 2022

Nurse of the year awards 2022

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in Wales are thrilled to see the return of the RCN Wales Nurse of the Year awards in 2022. This year, they look forward to celebrating the 10th Anniversary of their prestigious awards, recognising exceptional standards in nursing on Wednesday 9 November 2022.Their awards acknowledge the outstanding efforts, commitment […]

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30 April 2022

“Avril has changed my life”

We recently met with Avril Bowen, from Carmarthenshire who tells us about her roles in Home-based childcare. How did you become a Nanny? I was a Childminder for 20 years until my husband and I decided to go into semi-retirement. We wanted to move to the countryside, however I had one parent I’d formed a […]

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28 April 2022

2022 Accolades winners announced

Seven winners were presented with their awards at this year’s 2022 Accolades ceremony held in Cardiff on Thursday, 21 April. The awards were hosted by well-known broadcaster Garry Owen and Social Care Wales’s Chief Executive Sue Evans. They received more than 70 entries and nominations from across Wales for the 2022 awards. The panel of […]

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11 March 2022

Mudiad Meithrin is looking for staff and apprentices to work in its playgroups and nurseries.

A major recruitment drive is underway to employ more Welsh-medium childcare staff across Wales. Are you passionate about working with children and believe in giving children the best start possible by giving them the opportunity to play, learn and grow through the Welsh language? Mudiad Meithrin is looking for part-time and full-time staff to help assist […]

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2 March 2022

Welsh guitarist lends song to WeCare Wales

Callum Alexander Bromage from the band “The Now”, leads a busy life. By day, the Swansea based 24-year-old plays lead guitar in an up and coming band – a band who have already worked with Grammy award winning producers. But Callum also dedicates his time to another important role, caring for his brother Jordan, who […]

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21 February 2022

Why you should offer an apprenticeship programme in your organisation.

WeCare Wales have been speaking to employers across Wales to help understand the benefits of recruiting apprentices into the sector.   As an employer you will: attract enthusiastic young people and career changers reduce staff turnover and improve retention help balance ageing workplaces offer more opportunities in your company provide opportunities for learning build peoples […]

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